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Fisher floor model studio standard high fidelity tv

The problem is the tv shuts off whenever it wants,not when you wantwhy is this happening? my email addy:teddybeargirlfpt@yahoo.com and my name is christy
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I think your tuner is broken i had similar problem with a panasonic tv and the dealer said it was the tuner that was broken the tv shuts off and i had to turn off and on to gettit to work.

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